Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA)

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Saint Louis University's Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) is the world's first interfaith museum of contemporary art that engages religious and spiritual dimensions. Through exhibitions, collections and educational programs, MOCRA facilitates personal discovery, experience, and inspiration, while contributing to a wider culture of interfaith encounter and dialogue.

3700 West Pine Mall Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108

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6 Reviews | Write a Review
Incredible experience
Reviewed By barkus1968 February 2020

This museum has a powerful permanent canvas sculpture and a thought provoking rotating collection. The religious aspect of the art is subtle. The artwork is powerful.

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A definite place to visit
Reviewed By 499JulieB April 2019

Great art work. I was moved. As other reviews stated, it is small. We stayed about an hour but could (should) have stayed longer. Take time to engage with the pieces. You will be pleasantly surprised...

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Very Informative
Reviewed By MatthewC3007 May 2017

This museum has fascinating art work. Many of the paintings have very powerful, spiritual meanings to many people. I would highly recommend visiting here while you are visiting St Louis. The director...

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Hours

Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Thurs. 11 a.m.-7p.m.

Handicap AccessibleMidtown/ClaytonMidtown

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TripAdvisor Rating:

6 Reviews | Write a Review
Incredible experience
Reviewed By barkus1968 February 2020

This museum has a powerful permanent canvas sculpture and a thought provoking rotating collection. The religious aspect of the art is subtle. The artwork is powerful.

Full Review
A definite place to visit
Reviewed By 499JulieB April 2019

Great art work. I was moved. As other reviews stated, it is small. We stayed about an hour but could (should) have stayed longer. Take time to engage with the pieces. You will be pleasantly surprised...

Full Review
Very Informative
Reviewed By MatthewC3007 May 2017

This museum has fascinating art work. Many of the paintings have very powerful, spiritual meanings to many people. I would highly recommend visiting here while you are visiting St Louis. The director...

Full Review